How long can you moor a narrowboat?
It may be at a visitor mooring (subject to time limits displayed at the site) or anywhere else along the towpath where, if unsigned, the maximum stay time is 14 days. It’s usually best to moor against the towpath or on signed visitor moorings. Many riverbanks and the non-towpath side of canals are private property.
How much are mooring fees UK?
C&RT fees at the moment can range from £400 to £1,000 per year depending on the boat size.
Can I moor my boat anywhere UK?
A continuous cruiser can usually moor in one spot for up to 14 days. You may only be able to moor for 48 hours in some areas. This can be difficult if you need to live in the same area because of work or school. Boats are allowed to moor at most places on canal towpaths.